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In Wales, things are just getting interesting

"The country provides a critical test of how a small nation can cope with global pressures"

By Kenneth O. Morgan  

First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones arrives to cast his vote at the polling station in Westward Community Centre, Bridgend ©Joe Giddens/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Read more: What Carwyn Jones can teach Jeremy Corbyn

After May’s local elections, the media focused on the two big winners: Sadiq Khan and Nicola Sturgeon. But then…

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